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  • EMC VNX SeriesRelease 7.0

    Configuring and Managing Networking on VNXP/N 300-011-812

    REV A02

    EMC CorporationCorporate Headquarters:

    Hopkinton, MA 01748-91031-508-435-1000

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    Published September 2011

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    2 Configuring and Managing Networking on VNX 7.0

  • Contents

    Preface.....................................................................................................7

    Chapter 1: Introduction...........................................................................9System requirements.............................................................................................10Restrictions.............................................................................................................10User interface choices...........................................................................................10Related information..............................................................................................11

    Chapter 2: Concepts.............................................................................13VNX networking....................................................................................................15Devices and interfaces..........................................................................................15Routing....................................................................................................................16Packet Reflect.........................................................................................................17VLANs....................................................................................................................19

    Using VLANs in a VNX environment......................................................19VLAN tagging..............................................................................................19

    Address resolution................................................................................................20TCP performance...................................................................................................20Differences between IPv4 and IPv6....................................................................21IPv6 addresses........................................................................................................21Automatic default router configuration.............................................................24Neighbor discovery...............................................................................................25

    Neighbor cache............................................................................................25Routing table................................................................................................25

    Duplicate Address Detection...............................................................................25IPv4 and IPv6 addresses supported on the same device.................................26

    Configuring and Managing Networking on VNX 7.0 3

  • Chapter 3: Configuring.........................................................................27Configure network devices..................................................................................28

    Network device availability.......................................................................28Modify network device settings................................................................29Verify network device settings..................................................................30

    Configure single or multiple IP interfaces.........................................................31Configure an IPv4 interface.......................................................................32Configure a single device on multiple networks....................................34Configure a single device on the same network.....................................36Configure an IPv6 interface.......................................................................37Configure an IPv6 interface with a nondefault prefix length...............38Configure IPv6 and IPv4 interfaces on the same device.......................39Verify connectivity......................................................................................41

    Configure interface options.................................................................................45Enable VLAN tagging.................................................................................45Move an interface from one VLAN to another.......................................46Verify a VLAN ID........................................................................................47MTU configuration......................................................................................48

    Verify Data Mover connectivity..........................................................................49Verify Data Mover connectivity for an IPv6 address.......................................51

    Ping a link-local address.............................................................................51Ping a multicast address.............................................................................52

    Configure routing..................................................................................................52List routing table entries for IPv4.............................................................53Default interface..........................................................................................53Add a default route.....................................................................................55Add a static routing table entry.................................................................58Display current RIP status.........................................................................59Disable RIP on a Data Mover.....................................................................59List routing table entries for IPv6.............................................................60Add an IPv6 prefix entry to the routing table.........................................61Add a default gateway by using an IPv6 global unicast address........61Add a default gateway by using an IPv6 link-local address.................62

    Chapter 4: Managing............................................................................63Monitor network devices.....................................................................................64

    Display device driver events.....................................................................64Manage IP interfaces.............................................................................................64

    4 Configuring and Managing Networking on VNX 7.0

    Contents

  • Modify an IPv4 interface............................................................................65Modify an IPv6 interface............................................................................66Modify VLAN tagging for an IPv4 device...............................................67Modify VLAN tagging for an IPv6 device...............................................69Modify the MTU size..................................................................................70Disable an IP interface................................................................................72Enable an IP interface.................................................................................73View all IP interfaces on a Data Mover....................................................74View all IPv6 interfaces on a Data Mover................................................74View all IP interfaces on all Data Movers................................................75View all IPv6 interfaces on all Data Movers............................................77View all IPv4 interfaces on a Data Mover................................................77

    Manage routing.....................................................................................................78Delete an IPv4 route entry from the routing table..................................78Delete an IPv6 route entry from the routing table..................................79Flush the routing table................................................................................80Remove all routing table entries...............................................................81Disable RIP...................................................................................................81Enable RIP....................................................................................................84

    Manage address resolution..................................................................................85View ARP table entries...............................................................................86Add an ARP table entry......

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